MLB’s Back, And BetMGM’s Giving Away $100 In Free Bets When Spending Just $1 On Yankees-Nationals Homers
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MLB is finally back, guys — even if it will look a helluva lot different without fans in the stands and players unable to spit on the baseball field. Still, given the fact that we haven’t seen many live sports in the past five months, most sports gamblers are just chomping at the bit to start tossing money around in order to win some cash.
One of the easiest ways? Signing up for BetMGM, which is running an insane deal to get sports bettors in the states of Colorado, Indiana and West Virginia $100 worth of FREE bets — and it only costs a buck to play. Sounds great, right?
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As the New York Yankees and reigning World Series champion Washington Nationals get set to play MLB’s first game this season, BetMGM has a pretty tasty deal that’s too good not to take part in. That’s because, in an era where baseball players are smacking homers left and right, should a player on either the Yanks or Nats hit a home run, the sports gamblers who bet $1 will win the $100 in free bets. Nothing’s ever a given, but, c’mon, that’s a near steal.
Remember, bets can only be physically made in Colorado, Indiana or West Virginia, but you can register and deposit cash from anywhere — so go ahead and drop in a George Washington in hopes of exchanging it for a cool Ben Franklin.
Now that MLB is back, we can finally scratch our sports gambling itch. And BetMGM makes it simple to start off a new baseball season with a serious win — so don’t get caught looking by letting this wild deal pass you by.
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